This afternoon, a gunman opened fire at Umpqua Community College in Roseberg, Oregon, reportedly killing 13 students and wounding 20 or more. Emergency crews are now at the scene, and authorities are saying the gunman, who has not been named, is "neutralized" and in police custody.
The Oregon attorney general said 13 people are dead and another 20 injured.
A Douglas County official says that the shooter has been "neutralized" and is now in custody.
A school official told affiliate reporter Sara Mattison that shots were fired at Snyder Hall around 10:30 a.m. Thursday. The official said the school was put into a lock down.
All of the dead are in one building that houses six to eight classrooms, the official said. He said there were "multiple patients in multiple classrooms."